- Program Considerations
- Classroom Strategies
- Levels of ESL Literacy
Objects from real life that are used in the classroom to assist in connecting what is being learned to the outside world. For example, an apple, a bus ticket, a pay stub, or an article of clothing can all be used as realia in the classroom.
To provide frequent, repeated exposure to vocabulary, language structures and learning outcomes. Recycling provides learners with multiple opportunities to practice, which is necessary for skill development.
An assessment tool that measures the degree of a learner’s proficiency in an outcome according to several specified criteria.